Monica Lynn Appleton
Missing since October 13, 1999 from Amarillo, Texas
Classification: Endangered Missing
Circumstances of Disappearance
Monica was last seen at approximately 17.00 in the vicinity of the 100 block of Northeast 9th Avenue in Amarillo, TX.
She may be in the El Paso, TX, Houston, TX, or Baltimore, MD area.
At the time she was last seen, by her mother, she appeared to be scared about something but would not go with her mother. She told her mother to get out of the area. Monica told her mother that she would tell her later, what scared her, but she never did.
Monica was involved with drugs and prostitution. She would come home every other day or so to see her children, who lived with family members. Monica had been divorced from her husband for about a year. Until her disappearance, Appleton had lived in Pampa with her two children, ages 7 and 10, and her mother but made frequent trips to Amarillo.
Throughout the years since Monica went missing, leads and or rumors have been followed up on with no luck. There are some who say Monica was killed and others think she is in hiding. She never had before stayed away from her family.
Investigators Pampa Police Department
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Pampa Police Department
Agency Case Number: 99-14321
NCIC Number: M-350361520 Source Information: Return to the Unexplained Disappearances' Index
Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.
National Center for Missing Adults
Texas Department of Public Safety
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